Stories of the Interfaith Climate Movement

Policy Update: Faith Communities for Clean Energy

By Emily Minge | Apr 4, 2019

On March 13th, more than 50 members of the MNIPL network spoke with legislators for Clean Energy and Climate Action Day at the Minnesota Capitol. In the afternoon, MNIPL led an ecumenical worship service that focused on how our faith…

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Take Action: Faith Communities for 100% Clean Energy

By Devon Cupery | Mar 7, 2019

The 100% Campaign is bringing Minnesotans together who believe we need an equitable clean energy future for everyone in our state. MNIPL is proud to be among dozens of community organizations, unions, and advocacy groups pushing for 100% clean energy…

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Faith Voices: Thank you Gov Walz for supporting 100% Clean Energy!

By Devon Cupery | Mar 7, 2019

Have you heard the exciting news? On Monday, Governor Walz announced a plan to move Minnesota to 100% renewable electricity by 2050. Thanks to all who have been speaking out to support 100% clean, equitable energy, and thank you Governor Walz and Lt. Gov Flanagan!…

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SOLD OUT: Night at the Museum for Climate Justice

By Devon Cupery | Mar 4, 2019

** Update: We’re happy to report an enthusiastic response for our upcoming celebration and fundraiser, and tickets are SOLD OUT! We would love to accommodate more people but have reached the room capacity of 150. For folks who can’t make…

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Faith Leaders call on Gov. Walz to Protect Water, Stop Line 3

By Devon Cupery | Feb 18, 2019

On February 8, faith and indigenous leaders gathered a beautiful spirit-led action at the office of Governor Walz. Together we delivered a clear moral message that Line 3 poses an unacceptable risk to water, climate, indigenous communities, and Indigenous elder…

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MNIPL network partners with AICHO for Youth Solar Education

By Bret Pence | Feb 8, 2019

On December 21, 2018, members of the Lake Superior Network, MNIPL, delivered a sunny Christmas by donating solar equipment to the AICHO youth education program, including solar lanterns for every child in the program, a solar oven, and a small solar electric…

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Solar Project Live at Many Rivers Montessori!

By Bret Pence | Feb 2, 2019

Many Rivers Montessori in Duluth, Minnesota, is thrilled to have its new solar array up and running! The 64 panel, rooftop ballasted system (20kW) was mounted on the front roof of the school’s new building in the Woodland neighborhood over…

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Electoral Justice for Climate: Time to End the Electoral College

By Mark Bohnhorst | Jan 22, 2019

As a Unitarian-Universalist (UU), my beliefs about sacred action are grounded in the UU seven principles. These include the inherent worth and dignity of every person (1); justice, equity and compassion in human affairs (2); a free and responsible search…

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Introducing the Environmental Ancestry Storytelling Project

By Erin Pratt | Jan 16, 2019

This winter and spring, the Environmental Ancestry Storytelling Project will bring communities together to discover their own environmental ancestry stories, how this informs and empowers us in the present and what our collective action will be- rooted in justice, place…

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